Immigration Rules Appendix L: Tier 1 competent body criteria

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The applicant must provide evidence to support two or more of the following:

1) Two or more examples of recent (in the last five years) significant media recognition such as features, articles and/or reviews from national publications or broadcasting companies in at least two countries, one of which can be the applicant’s country of residence. Event listings or advertisements are not acceptable. Media recognition must provide critique of the applicant’s work.

2) Proof of having won international awards for excellence in the past five years, for example the Booker Prize, a Grammy Award; or domestic awards in another country, for example a Tony Award. Arts Council England will judge whether a particular award provides appropriate evidence of international recognition in the applicant’s field.

3) Proof of appearances, performances, publications or exhibitions in the past five years in contexts which are recognised as internationally significant in the applicant’s field or evidence of extensive international distribution and audiences for the applicant’s work.

Arts Council England will judge whether such appearances, performances, exhibitions or distribution provide appropriate evidence of international significance in the applicant’s field. Proof must come from at least two countries, one of which can be the applicant’s country of residence.

The applicant must provide evidence to support two or more of the following:

1) Two or more examples of recent (in the last five years) media recognition such as articles and/or reviews from national publications or broadcasting companies in at least two countries, one of which can be the applicant’s country of residence. Event listings or advertisements are not acceptable. Media recognition must provide critique of the applicant’s work.

2) Proof of having won or been nominated or shortlisted for international awards for excellence in the past five years, for example the Booker Prize, a Grammy Award; or domestic awards in another country, for example a Tony Award. Arts Council England will judge whether a particular award provides appropriate evidence of recognition in the applicant’s field.

3) Proof of appearances, performances, publications or exhibitions in the past five years in contexts which are internationally recognised in the applicant’s field or evidence of international distribution and audiences for the applicant’s work.

Arts Council England will judge whether such appearances, performances, exhibitions or distribution provide appropriate evidence of international recognition in the applicant’s field. Proof must come from at least two countries, one of which can be the applicant’s country of residence.

 

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